In this guide, we look at some of the latest innovations that are helping companies to defend themselves against cyber attacks in 2020.
The words of the former FBI Director, Robert Mueller, ring true in 2020: “There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be.” Organizations today face an ever-increasing number of cyber threats. The rapid growth of criminal software development coupled with the cybersecurity skills shortage have also contributed to the rise in cyber attacks. As such, it is more important than ever for IT teams to be vigilant in their security practices and policies.
Did you know that a hacking attack occurs every 39 seconds?
Bromium estimates that the cybercrime economy is currently worth $1.5 trillion. Today, cyber attacks are more frequent and advanced than ever before. Yet, Hiscox’s 2018 Cyber Readiness report reveals that 73% of companies are just not ready to respond to a cyber-attack. In order to give themselves the best chance of survival, companies should make sure that they have the very best cybersecurity technology in place.
Why it is important to invest in cybersecurity?
Companies today are moving more and more of their vital infrastructure online; and this makes them more vulnerable to cyber attacks. The failure to institute proper cybersecurity technology means that you risk exposing your organization to many different cyber threats. If your company does fall victim to a cyber attack, you not only run the risk of losing money, but you may also lose sensitive data and the trust of your customers/clients.
How can you protect yourself in 2020?
This infographic from Paradyn lays out the top cybersecurity trends you should know about in 2020 including:
AI-powered security solutions
Next-gen authentication technology
Scroll down to the infographic to discover more about the latest cybersecurity trends today!
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